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behind the scenes of hollywood's biggest event. >>> and breaking news, charlie sheen in his first television interview since the controversy erupted. >> i used to do drugs. >> is he clean today? >> i am on a drug. it's called charlie sheen. >> this morning, charlie sheen takes a drug test for the cameras. the interview you have to see to believe. >>> and good morning, everyone. i just had to ask -- it is monday, right? when you haven't been to bed, you can't tell -- remember what day it was. we're having a great time here in hollywood. we're still here at the el capitan theater. it was built in 1929. they still play movies here. its location is primo. it's right across the street from the kodak theater where the oscars were held last night. and they're already starting to -- as soon as the oscars were over, dismantling everything. including the red carpet. we were there on the red carpet. we're going to bring you all the winners. we were backstage, as well, last night, george. it was quite a night. and melissa leo joining us live in our next hour. >> she broke through. and you loo
office, and who's already won on facebook? >>> plus charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top rated tv show. your first look at entertainment is straight ahead. how are you getting to a happier place? running there? dancing there? how about eating soup to get there? campbell's soups fill you with good nutrition, farm-grown ingredients, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. >>> welcome back inform "first look." i'm lynn berry. it's time for first look entertainment news. when it comes to charlie sheen, cbs and warner brothers have had it. last night the companies jointly announced production on "two and a half men" is over for the season, blaming sheen's, "statements, conduct, and decisions." it reverses a statement that earlier announced the production would resume and came after another rambling radio interview in which
? >>> and charlie sheen in his own words. >> all these radio rants have people thinki ining charlie she has got to be on drugs again. >> yeah. sure. i am on a drug. it's called charlie sheen. >>> and on top of that, a night fit for a king. it was oscar gold for "the king's speech." we're live in hollywood. >>> good morning. the u.s. is stepping up pressure on libyan leader moammar gadhafi to step down. >> and the head of the u.n. meets with president obama today at the white house for more talks. emily schmidt is joining us, now, from washington, with the latest details. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary of state hillary clinton spoke this weekend of a post-gadhafi libya. but if the world is expecting him to step down, he is sure showing no signs of hastening the process. anti-government protesters have taken control as close as they can get to libya's capital. just one city away. this man says, the people do not want moammar gadhafi. neither does the u.s., which says the libyan leader of four decades must leave immediately. and neither does the united nations security council, which
to wear a tuxedo, so i wore this. weird party. i just got a text message from charlie sheen. >> co-host james franco in drag was awkward, if not entertaining. he and anne hathaway were chosen to help make the oscars look more young area more hip but some are calling the show a bit of a snoozer and the host a bit out of place. but did you catch this? amy adams jaw-dropping 1.35 million dollars worth of jewelry. quite a night. >>> charlie sheen admits he's on a drug and it's called charlie sheen. he opens up the drugs. his two girlfriends who he calls goddesses and his nasty war with tv executives. >> trying to pretend like i'm not special. i'm tired of pretending i'm not a [ bleep ] rock star from mars and people can't figure me out. >> five states may have been exposed to the measles because of one passenger. are you at risk? we will dig into that. >>> severe weather developing now and tornado watches. bill karins is watching it all. where are the dangerous spots you're watching there? >> washington, d.c. are under a tornado watch until 4:00 this afternoon. pretty potent storm syst
on a hit tv show. the charlie sheen melt down, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 37 degrees and clear in central maryland right now. the complete warning weather forecast is coming up. this pickup truck had to be lifted from a swimming pool. the driver failed to negotiate a turn and plowed into a brick wall and into the pool. the driver suffered only minor injuries but he was arrested on drunk driving charges. no one was at home at the time of the crash. >>> and five people suffered a crash in amish country. the children ranged in age from five months to 11 years old. the weather was blamed for the accident. >>> all in favor will vote aye. all opposed will vote no. >>> the state assembly passed the bill but republicans quickly cut off all debate. the measure remains in limbo until 14 democratic senators return to the state. governor scott walker has threatened lay offs for state employees if the senators do not return for a vote on monday. >>> former president george w. bush cancels a speech because asange was invited too. bush says he has no desire to share a forum with the same man
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's a victim as well. >>> and not so sorry, charlie. charlie sheen fires back at his bosses in his first morning show interview since they pulled the plug on his hit sit com and he says they owe him an apology. >> they owe me an apology, a big one, while they are licking my feet. i'm tired of pretending i'm not special. >> if the show is brought back, what will it take for sheen to return? wait until you hear what he's asking for "today," monday, wait until you hear what he's asking for "today," monday, february 28, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer in new york. meredith soaking up the post oscar fun and the question we have, are you going to take as much credit for "the king's speech" winning best picture this year as you did for "slumdog millionaire" two years ago? >> yes. >> congratulations. your movie won. >> i know. first of all, welcome back, matt. it's nice to see you. such a big night for "the king's speech." you may remember when the nominations came out last month i s
they're saying. >>> also coming up, what addiction experts are saying about charlie sheen. just before his one-on-one interview on "good morning america" and "20/20," we asked him point-blank if he's on drugs. >> increased speculation whether "two and a half men" will come back to the air at all. we'll see what charlie has to say. on top of all that, it's monday after the oscar night excitement, from the red carpet to the actual awards, who looked good and who -- >> who not so much. >> jennifer looked good. >> she looked good. >> that was not an example of the worst dressed. >> no, we'll talk about worst and best dressed. that's coming up. >>> we begin with moammar gadhafi's desperate attempt to hold on to his 40 years of power. his sons are defending their father saying he's never done anything wrong and will never give up. >> they spoke exclusively to abc's christiane amanpour who now reports from tripoli. >> reporter: in tripoli, the colonel remains in control of his capital. in exclusive interviews his sons tell me their father will never leave despite president obama's call for hi
one sitcom. you won't believe what charlie sheen had to say this time. but let's start with libya because as it spirals out of control, the wave of unrest sweeping through the middle east is leading to massive protests ç today. hundreds of thousands of people all around the region this morning. take a look at the scene in iraq where they are demanding better services from government. in bahrain near record pro democracy protests for the second time this week. major demonstrations in yemen as well as egypt. now some americans frantically trying to get out of libya are heading for the island of malta, scheduled to arrive in the next hour two. they are leaving behind a chaotic scene as libyan leader moammar gadhafi is showing more signs of desperation. check this out. libyan state tv has been running what it calls confessions from youth who claim drugs that led them to rise up. that's what gadhafi claimed was going on. off camera you can actually hear someone telling them what to say. nbc's richard engel is on the ground in libya with the latest for us. >> reporter: benghazi is the
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business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, more headlines from charlie sheen and a speak peek at his exclusive interview coming up later this morning on "the today show". >> coming up. some great finishes m mba. baseball loses a legend, and a cheerleader takes the game into his own hands. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. pressure is mounting on gadhafi's faltering regime. opposition groups are expanding their control of key cities mere the country's capital. meanwhile, the key prosecutor of the international criminal court at the hague said reports of attacks against civilians by forces loyal to qadhafi could be calls due to crimes against humanity. the top prosecutor there has banned ousted president hosni mubarak and his family from leaving the country. the prosecutor ordered their funds "impounded." >>> meanwhile, unrest sweeping lou the arab world has now spread to theç gulf nation of omam where riot police clashed with demonstrators yesterday. 64 were ki
. >>> and when we come back, we'll huddle up around the water cooler to hear charlie sheen explain the real reason behind the "two and a half men work stoppage." he said he was ready for work. he showed up for work. problem is, nobody was there. >>> the budget battle officially under way as president obama and republicans argue in public over the best ways to make a dent in this country's deficit. if you want to sound smart tell your friends that the federal budget is divided into three major categories, mandatory spending, discretionary spending and interest payments on public debt. mandatory spending continues annually. discretionary spending must be voted on each year and interest payments made on the public debt accumulated by our government. let's huddle up around the water cooler to watch barbara bush console her choked up husband on the "today" show. it happened yesterday morning. jenna bush hager interviewing her grandparents who have been married since 1945 and if h.w. was looking for a shoulder to cry on, barbara didn't quite give it to him. >> mom used to tell me, now, george, do
'm on a drug, it's called charlie machine. charlie sheen attacks cbs for shutting down production of his show. his outrageous comments about his partying and his bosses:hi everybody, i'm marry buy balance alec, kai a is off tonight. what they are saying about retirement and a ways. sitcom star charlie sheen sits down for two interviews and his behavior is beyond bizarre. sandra sures reports for wjz from los angeles. >> everybody else is going to be begging me. >> reporter: he seems agitated and angry over two interviews on the weekend. >> do you owe cbs and apology? >> no, they owe me a big one publicly while licking my feet. >> reporter: he vows to sue cbs for canceling the rest of the season of his show, "two and a half men," he isn't apologizing and insists he is only high on life, not a drug. >> i'm high on a drug, it's called charlie sheen, it's not available because if you try it once you will die. >> reporter: he says despite cbs's decision to halt his show he'll still show up to work and now machine's publicist has quit. he got machine through several public scuffles in the law, he p
's most expensive purse. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus, charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top-rated tv show. >>> coming up, a big loss for the st. louis carpals and the celts wheel and deal at the trade deadline. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. u.s. forces are reportedly scaling back most of its forces in one of the most dangerous and remote valleys of eastern afghanistan to focus on protecting citizens in more popular areas. u.s. officials say the wall from the pesh valley is in line with the military's doctrine which focuses on providing security to afghan civilians, but some afghan forces worry it amounts to an abandonment of key terrain where insurgents are well established. >>> kentucky authorities have found the bodies of three amish children who were swept away in a creek swollen by heavy rains. they're still searching for another child. a mother and her six children were trying to cross the creek in thei
. and charlie sheen and exclusive. >>> turning to the crisis in libya, new developments. president obama has issued his strongest words, calling on libyan leader muammar gaddafi to leave. also this evening, the u.n. security council slapped sanctions on gaddafi and his family for their brutal crackdown on anti-government protesters. >> the international community will not tolerate violence of any sort against the libyan people by their government or security forces. >> gaddafi is not going down without a fight. members of his regime have set up checkpoints through the capital-letter trying to repel and the government forces. >>> fire crews in central florida are battling a major breast fire -- brush fire at 1:00 this afternoon. the smoke spread to interstate 95, affecting driver's visibility. >>> maryland and virginia authorities warned that people who work or travel through two d.c. area airports may have been exposed to the measles from london. the woman took a southwest flight out of bwi airport tuesday and flew to denver and albuquerque. the cdc is trying to track down anyone who may hav
, and detentions deter them? >>> also, charlie sheen breaking his silence, talking about his drug use and his future on his hit tv show. we'll show you why this interview is leading to new concerns about the health of the troubled actor. >>> also this morning, man versus machine on "jeopardy." a computer taking on two former "jeopardy" champs. we'll tell you who is ahead on this "american morning." >>> wasn't there a terminator movie about this very thing? the rise of the machines? >> only a matter of time. >> i guess so. >> but before we get to the end of the world and judgment day here with these machines, good morning to you all, i'm t.j. holmes, thanks for being here. >> i'm kiran chet rick. we start with the friends of dan henry, the pace university student shot and killed by police in new york last fall. the justice department is now stepping in to investigate after a state grand jury decided yesterday not to indict the officers involved. police fatally shot henry through the windshield of his car in october, claiming that he ran into officers while trying to speed away from a bar fight
just ahead -- charlie sheen's war. the embattled actor comes out fighting. >> charlie says -- >> they picked a fight with a warlock. >> and shares confessions of a dangerous mind. >> charlie says -- >> you can't process me with a normal brain. >> face-off is a government shutdown looms. which side will blink first? >>> and accept the charges? bernie madoff, in his own words. >> a nightmare for me, yes, of course, only for me. >> for him? no remorse. no shame. the madoff prison tapes, ahead. >>> good afternoon. those stories coming up in a moment. we begin with fast moving developments around the conflict in libya. right now, president obama is meeting at the white house with the u.n. secretary-general ban ki-moon. secretary of state hillary clinton is in geneva where she's echoed the president's calls for colonel gadhafi to step down immediately. we've learned, a short time ago, the united states military is moving assets closer to that country. yet, gadhafi has just told a bbc reporter that the people of libya love me. nbc's stephanie gosk is inside libya, and, stephanie,
at it, charlie sheen lashes out at his bosses, his outrageous comments about his lifestyle. >>> and more rain is headed our way. stick around for the first warning forecast coming up. ,,,,,, [ computerized voice ] do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife? [ beep ] ♪ ♪ [ beep ] [ whirring ] [ sighs ] [ male announcer ] when did customer service go from above and beyond to just under and short? the world seems to be moving in one direction. we decided not to follow. >>> dozens of officers fired for a scheme. wjz is live at city hall, derek valcourt with the new fall out. >> reporter: it's not just the police commissioner, the mayor and several city council members want a full review of how the city operates and manages it's towing contracts. these special gold medal medallion stickers are the key to doing business with the city. right now only 10 companies in a contract with baltimore get them. authorizing them to tow cars in accidents or illegally parked. but that contract is up for renewal and facing tough scrutiny after several arrests of police officers. now the chief
with that is what i would like to call the charlie sheen suitcase. it cures what ails me. for the kids out there. that's a message to you. >> when he means kids, he means people over 21 in jail. kids, it is a new thing. the kids, they rock. lolz. >>> coming up, how does she balance being a mom, a wife, news anchor and exotic dancer? patty m brown discusses that. first, what is missing from this year's super bowl? judging from this tape of cheerleaders, i bet it is cheerleaders. >>> let's go now to our regular segment called -- the latest on up chuck. he has taken to texting in his drug add deled defense. oxymoron alert. he says, believe nothing. i will never speak of this as long as i live. btw which stands for by the whiskers, two wars and an end less staimg of sorrow. all you care about is my bull, you know what. >> what is the take? think no more. >> that's better than "night --" nightline." and the "red eye" analysis. >> foxes just don't get turtles. but the turtles are quite healthy. stop it. does he have a point? i don't even know what . it was. -- point it was. >> the fox is adorable. >>
thought a little bit of instant coffee could cause this kind of chaos? >>> and charlie sheen goes off on his own gadhafi style rant, causing them to pull the plug on "two and a half men." the question is has charlie sheen been drinking nescafe recently? it's way too early for this. >>> mike barnicle in for willie geist. this is the final chapter of way too elderly, the show that praise to god almighty that the rain doesn't delay my flight back to boston later today. i'm glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot us an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com and let us know why you're awake right now. or you can do what emilio esteves' brother does and test the word awake and your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for thisç friday, february 25th. there's a lot going on today, including word that general david petraeus has ordered an investigation into allegations that the u.s. army used psy-ops on senators to boost the war in afghanistan. >>> plus what do you do when
this morning. bill: i'm on charlie sheen! martha: you are! glad to have you with us this monday morning. i'm martha maccallum. what an incredible day as this plays out in wisconsin's state capitol. you wonder what it's like, how it smells like in there, what the environment is like. protestors ignored the deadline, police asked them to leave, they did not. you can see the sleeping bags. bill: that's a tough night on marble. the budget in limbo, no settlement vet. mike tobin spent a long weekend in madison. what's happening now mike? >> reporter: this is the second time the demonstrators have overwhelmed a deadline to clear out the capitol. capitol police say they simply want to get the place clean after two weeks of these demonstrations and people tracking in all the outside everything out of the capitol grounds. right now there are several dozen people still inside of the capitol and a little cleaning is going on in between them -- between them but they elected to sleep on the floor of the capitol, pass thank deadline, the capitol police ultimately decided what they wanted to do was avoid
hollywood bad boy charlie sheen sent his private jet to pick up giants star brian wilson and his beard. we're not making this up. >>> also ahead, when it come to shedding pounds, lots of people are turning to surgery. the new research on which procedure actually works best. >>> and going red. the tiny hold that led them to dream big. never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles compared to what a cancer patient goes through is a walk in the park. from the moment i registered, people started immediately supporting me and asking me how they could help. you meet the most wonderful, inspiring people. when you accomplish those 60 miles, it's truly life-changing. (man) register today for the... and receive $25 off your registration fee. because everyone deserves a lifetime. >>> medical researchers have said a little swine good for you. >> now one family is making a very special wine they're hoping will do wonders to keep hearts healthy. >> he was born a little premature. >> reporter: doctors heard a murmur in his heart. >> by the time he was 8 years old, i could tel
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the biggest network comedy on television. but tonight "two and a half men" is shut down after charlie sheen's bizarre rant on a radio talk show. >> you're completely clean, aren't you? >> 100%. you know, here's your first pee test. next one goes in your mouth. no, you won't get high. it's all good. it's all good, guys. >> reporter: in the 20-minute live interview sheen says he healed himself, insists he's ready to return to work. then attacks the show's producers and creator. >> look what i'm dealing with. i'm dealing with fools and trolls because don't have time for these clowns. don't have time for their judgment and stupidity. you know, they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at their loser lives and say, i can't process it. well, no, you never will. stop trying. sit back and enjoy the show. >> reporter: it all comes after sheen trashed his room after a night of partying at the plaza hotel. and a series of disturbing public outbursts. cbs and warner brothers announced they had had enough. based on the totality of charlie sheen's statements, conduct an
. >> very scary. >>> later in "the skinny," this never ending drama, charlie sheen's hit show "two and a half men" is put on hold. how the star is involved in a really, really nasty war of words. charlie may have shot himself in the foot big time. >> you can say that again. >>> first, hundreds of americans are trying to flee libya. they may get their chance to do so today, improving weather is now expected to allow their ferry to leave. >> citizens of other countries who have made it out describe a frightening scene, horrible images, bodies hanging from power poles, militia trucks full of corporations. lara setrakian reports. >> reporter: the fighting on thursday centered on a gateway city to the capital tripoli. witnesses say antigovernment protesters have been staging a sit-in at a mosque where forces loyal to moammar gadhafi attacked them with heavy artillery. al jazeera spoke to one zawiyah resident. >> they shot the people in the head and in the chest, direct, so they was trying to kill the people, not just fire on them. >> reporter: fighting intensified in other cities near t
. >> charlie sheen let's loose on a radio interview leading cbs to shut down his hit series. hear more of his bizarre comments coming up on "jansing and company". [ man ] ♪ trouble ♪ trouble, trouble trouble, trouble ♪ ♪ trouble been doggin' my soul ♪ since the day i was born ♪ worry ♪ oh, worry, worry worry, worry ♪ [ announcer ] when it comes to things you care about, leave nothing to chance. travelers. take the scary out of life. her morning begins with arthritis pain. that's a coffee and two pills. the afternoon tour begins with more pain and more pills. the evening guests arrive. back to sore knees. back to more pills. the day is done but hang on... her doctor recommended aleve. just 2 pills can keep arthritis pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol. this is lara who chose 2 aleve and fewer pills for a day free of pain. and get the all day pain relief of aleve in liquid gels. >>> the military says wilt investigate allegations that a big time general ordered the use of mind tricks on u.s. senators. those allegations coming out and i bombshell rolling stone article.
david brooks' op-ed is about charlie sheen. dig knee tee is a trans sexual porn star. >> it is trans sexual. you do not know the industry as i do. i used to date the village boys. it is not, not correct. it is a double negative. >> never mind the unplowed streets or bed bugs in sheets. mayor bloomburg targeted arizona with shameful deceit. and a sting run by new york city investigators found dealers had a phoenix, arizona gun -- gun show and sold guns to buyers who told them they couldn't pass a background check. roll video people who roll video. >> do you run a background check? >> no. that's good because they probably couldn't pass it. run a background check? that's good because i probably couldn't pass. it. >> while it is legal for gun show vendors to sell without a background check, it is illegal to sell to fox who admit they -- folks who admit they wouldn't pass. gun show organizers issued this statement -- "mayor bloomburg and his task force don't have authority in the state of arizona or any other place in america, except new york city. these forays and america's heartland are
? the warning you need to hear, coming up. >>> plus, charlie sheen's rather unexpected phone calls to a radio show. he talked candidly about drugs, why being sober bores him, and whether he's ever been drunk on the set of his hit sitcom. he even offered advice to lindsay lohan >>> but we begin with this deadly violence in bahrain. jackie deangelis lives in manama. she's joining us now by phone. jackie, good morning to you. i know that the protest in bahrain began to percolate as the streets of egypt were boiling over. talk about what seemed to escalate the protests in the last 12 hours. >> we've been following this story for the last three days. protests started peaceful, although there were some clashes of violence that we saw, but pretty much peaceful once it got to the pearl round-about. the last time i was there was 11:00 last night, local time. i was looking down on it. there was music playing. there were women and children. people were eating food. it almost seemed like a festival more than a protest. i went back to my flat. we were getting ready for our coverage the next day. we were w
on into a patrol car. >>> and showstopper. after tv brass pull the plug on "two and a half men," charlie sheen took to the airwaves again. >> they picked a fight with the wrong guy. defeat is not an option and they know it. >> could the star's latest rantings sideline his career permanently? today saturday, september 26th, permanently? today saturday, september 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm jenna wolf sitting in for amy. nice to see you on a saturday. >> nice to see you. a moment ago when i said saturday, today, january 26th, you got all excited because today is your birthday. and you came in on your day off. >> i did, just because you wanted to. i could have slept, but why not come in and work. >> because they called you and asked you to work. >> also they called me and asked me to work at 5:30 this morning. but that's another reason why. >> that's how we show the love around here. anyway, happy birthday. >> thank you. >> coming this morning, a shift in strategy in washington.
headlines from charlie sheen and a sneak peek at his exclusive interview coming up later this morning on the "today" show. >>> some great finishes in the nba, baseball loses a legend and a cheerleader takes the game into his own hands. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. pressure is mounting on ga caffey's faltering regime. that comes as the obama administration says it is ready to offer, quote, any type of assistance to hose seeking to oust the long time leader. >>> for the second sunday in a row, a massive police turnout in china blocked online calls for pro democracy demonstrations modelled after the uprisings in egypt. >>> and in shanghai, street cleaning streets repeatedly drove through busy districts from venting crowds from forming. >>> and unrest has spread to oman where riot police clashed with demonstrators. 64 were killed as security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets. >>> america's last surviving veteran of world war i has died. frank buckles pass
was a bona fide threat, hiding virtually in plain sight. >>> and the plug has been pulled on charlie sheen's sitcom for now. that's after the star's latest rant on the radio. >>> good friday morning, everyone. thanks for being with us. the international community could take its first action today against libyan leader moammar gadhafi. the u.n. security council meets this afternoon, right here in new york. >> president obama has been consulting with top european leaders over possible sanctions against the libyan regime. emily schmidt is in washington with more on the crisis. good morning, emily. >> reporter: rob and peggy, good morning to you. diplomats say they are not ruling out any options on sanctions. this means the libyan dictator could face more resistance from abroad, to go along with the uprisings at home. lib onanti-government protesters are moving closer to their capital, closer to moammar gadhafi's control. >> there's no division between us. all one team. and we'll fight as one team, until we die or he's out. >> reporter: gadhafi shows no signs of leaving voluntarily. in a call
-year-old twins. not a good situation. >> steve: yeah. so anyway, the charlie sheen saga continues. join the weekend folks for "fox & friends" this weekend. they kick things off tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 a.m. eastern time. >> gretchen: have a fantastic weekend. >> steve: bye-bye. go on a friday morning. it all came down to a dramatic late night vote. >> 61 ayes, the bill has passed, 69. all in favor, say aye, all opposed say nay, the ayes have it, the bill is in the senate, the assembly is adjourned. bill: what a scene that was! in madison, wisconsin. republicans in the state assembly, catching democrats off guard passing a controversial budget bill, but that battle not over yet. we're not awaiting a move in the senate in washington where democrats are still blocking action by not showing up for work. the governor scott walker, a republican, warning that chamber has to vote today or there will be massive layoffs of public employees. we have reached that point, everybody. good morning, welcome here. i'm bill hemmer, live in "america's newsroom". here we go, martha. martha: good mor
day after the un >> actor charlie sheen is telling his sides. >> you can use this to shorten >> you can use this to shorten your somewhere in america, there's a doctor who can peer into the future. there's a nurse who can access in an instant every patient's past. and because the whole hospital's working together, there's a family who can breathe easy, right now. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest healthcare questions. and the over 60,000 people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. then, 3:00 to 7:00, we could get severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, hail, and maybe even isolated tornadoes. after that goes by, clear and cold tomorrow, into the mid 30s by tomorrow morning. >> kicking it into high gear, loading up quickly, several sketches. there has been a broken down car on the virginia side. it is just a matter of volume. fredrick county, on the ramp to 15 north, overturned tractor trailer, it is over to the side. i promise you, it will be backed up. the ramp is passable. dulles airport. no worries as far as road continue
to the minute irreverence. >> i'm joel mchale, or as charlie sheen calls me, mordecai rabinowitz. >> a couple of years ago, we were just a couple of lesbians with a hope and a dream. >> reporter: while winter's bone nabbed two acting awards, "black swan" nabbed four. including best actress for natalie portman. kicking off what might be a pretty amazing weekend. >> thank you very much. it's slippery. scared. >> james franco won the indie spirit equivalent of the best actor award. pretty impressive he was there at all given he has to host this show tonight. >> i know. we're excited to talk to you about your oscar picks. i misspoke. you're on the red stairway, not the red carpet. >> for a second, i thought those were know flakes behind you. >> all right chris. we'll see you in a little bit. >> it's cold enough. for sure. >>> coming up, survivors. a couple trapped in a deserted ditch for five days. both of them have diabetes. how did they survive? >>> and oscars special guests. the kids from new york's p.s. 22 get set for their night in the spotlight. i'm sam chernin, owner of sammy's fish box. i
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, charlie sheen. sheen attacked the show's producer, chuck lorre, referring to him by his hebrew name. >> last i checked, chaim, i spent close to the last decade, magically converting your tin cans into pure gold. >> couric: in a statement, cbs and warner brothers say the decision to end production was based on "the totality of charlie sheen's statements, conduct, and condition." and coming up next, high school musical. [ male announcer ] a chicken coop: the unlikely birthplace of a fundamental idea. it's where ethel percy andrus found a retired teacher living because she could afford nothing else. ethel couldn't ignore the clear need for health and financial security. and it inspired her to found aarp. for over 50 years, we've continued that work, to help all americans pursue their best life. discover more of what we do, for every generation at aarp.org. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. comes in a liquid gel. someti
copies. his car with the scripps did charlie's angels. she it fighting cancer and 2009. charlie sheen. >> t and c was the first to get their hands on the audio. between the audio and the dispatcher they posted online, take a listen. >> 911 this is an emergency. >> of the burly hills. >> mr. >> said is caught that call from charlie sheen, he is said not to call 911. them at the idea goes on for several more minutes as the doctor and dispatcher tried to figure out what his address is. white lushy allspice? but starr had severe abdominal pains, he had a hernia front laughing too hard. they say heat partied too hard for several hours. he is reportedly in rehab. stay with us, but kron4 news is at 630 is coming up. >> now, at 6:30 p.m.. tonight's big stories in one big block of days. workers, more stories, write our top story. but what here in said is a panoply of the day care center is in jail with the alleged molestations of five girls under age 10. 25 year- old keith with his of san jose is charged with 14 counts of lewd acts of a child. he was a substitute a year at the child developmen
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